A Shocking Child Abuse Story From Ireland You Will Never Forget. 23/05/2018

The Girl Nobody Wants, is a shocking true story of child abuse that many people will find hard to believe, but please remember this it is all true & i have official documents from Ireland & England to support the book. Thank you. Lily

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The One True story about child abuse in Ireland you will Never Forget. One Girls tragic convent upbringing that was more like Hell than Heaven.

The shocking true story of an innocent Girl abused by the very people who said they would take good care of her, within Irelands Catholic Church run institutions. You only get one opportunity to live your life as a child, but Lily was never given that chance, her childhood was taken from her before it ever begun.

 A shocking child abuse story from Ireland that will stay with you forever



Q: How Do You Feel Now.

A: I feel sorry for myself, I feel angry at everything, I hate everyone and I feel sad for my children. Almost everything about my life has been bad, I am not happy and I never will be and if I live a thousand years, I will still feel the same as I do today. What everyone did to me when I was young was wrong, this is my life now and I have to live with it. I deal with each day as it comes, but my past still haunts me to this day and it always will. The problem is that when you experience life as a child, it should be with your mum, dad, brothers, sisters and other children, playing and exploring the world around you. Going to bed happy, smiling, and waking up with excitement and anticipation as to what you will learn and discover throughout the day. When you are a child, your mind is free to absorb its surroundings and absorb the feelings your body experiences, both physically and emotionally. This is how you learn good from bad and right from wrong. Still as a child, you learn to read and write and to make friends. I never had any of that and now I am beyond the reach of any counselling help or education and I have been so from when I was four years old. From the first day that I was abused, my life changed forever; and when I walked through the institution’s doors in Ireland, my life was set on a path that has destroyed my soul. I never had a childhood and I never will; for me, my childhood was over before it began and my life with the nuns in Ireland was hell. My emotional pain today is as strong as it was the day it began and from a very early age, I suffered at the hands of the very people who said they would take good care of me and also at the hands of many other people around them who they called their friends. For me, my pain will never leave me alone. When I go to sleep, it is in my head; and when I wake up, I can see it in the mirror. It is a part of me that I grew up with and is now and always will be embedded within me. Money will not change me or the way I feel; it will not make me happy, it cannot buy me love, friendship or a childhood and if I had one wish, I’d wish I had never been born. Who knows what I might have become if I had the chance to be myself in the beginning? A doctor, a cleaner, a mother. The time that I spent in the institution has made me into a very complicated, difficult and unhappy person and my emotions are cold, I am only waiting to die and I feel like it is taking too long. My family began the path to my destruction, they used me and they abused me, but they never ever loved or wanted me. If I have a soul, then it is lost somewhere between Ireland and Hell, and I do not think I will ever find it again; but time will tell. 


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